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APCO keeps governance structure
Membership of the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) here narrowly decided not to revamp the organization’s constitution and bylaws in a much-anticipated vote this week.
InterAct certified to provide FBI criminal database access
InterAct Public Safety Systems is now certified to provide law enforcement agencies in Alabama, South Carolina and Florida with access to the FBI’s National Criminal Information Center (NCIC) database via its JavelinNCIC software product. The product ...
APCO announces RF safety training
The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) will offer Peoplesafe radio frequency (RF) safety training in cooperation with Sitesafe, an RF compliance engineering firm. Peoplesafe is an online course on living and working safely ...
Michigan-based EMS deploys In Motion’s gateway
In Motion Technology announced that Western Michigan-based Life EMS Ambulance deployed its onBoard Mobile Gateway. The gateway creates a vehicle area network for mobile data and connectivity of on-board communications, including patient tracking, ...
MSV partners with Indiana DHS
Mobile Satellite Ventures partnered with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security’s (IDHS) Response and Operations Division to manage and monitor the Mid-West Satellite Mutual Aid Radio Talkgroup (MWSMART) operating on the company’s satellite ...
Sprint Nextel sells thousands of towers
Sprint Nextel announced an agreement to sell 3300 towers to TowerCo. for approximately $670 million in cash. Additionally, the two companies have entered into a long-term leasing agreement where TowerCo. will provide Sprint Nextel with wireless ...
ICOP Digital announces public-safety orders
ICOP Digital received purchase orders from two new customers for its ICOP Model 20/20-W digital in-car video systems. A law enforcement agency in Alabama that operates a 40-car patrol fleet will receive 35 units, while 15 units will go to an Ohio-based ...
In Motion, Physio-Control wirelessly transmit patient data
In Motion Technology announced that emergency medical personnel in vehicles equipped with its onboard Mobile Gateway and Physio-Control’s LIFEPAK 12 defibrillator/monitor now can wirelessly transmit a patient’s cardiac information from the field to ...
FCC delays ruling on 800 MHz interleaved channels
Sprint Nextel will be able to use its interleaved channels in the 800 MHz band for at least another 30 days after the FCC decided last week to grant a second extension to the carrier as commissioners try to determine a course of action. Sprint Nextel ...
FreeWave releases wireless spread spectrum radio
FreeWave Technologies released its FGR2-IOS wireless spread spectrum radio. The radio provides wireless long range, remote control and monitoring of tanks, lifting stations, pumps, flow meters and other systems used by oil and gas companies as well as ...
ACS installs 911 system in Oklahoma City
Affiliated Computer Services launched a 911 dispatching and mobile data system for the Oklahoma City police and fire departments. The system consists of GPS equipment and software applications installed in police and fire vehicles that include a ...
CalTech deploys Aruba’s WLAN
Aruba Networks installed its wireless LAN system at the California Institute of Technology’s Pasadena campus. Nearly 700 Aruba access points were deployed to provide wireless coverage across the 124-acre campus, according to the company. ...
JPS wins $5.4 million contract
Raytheon Co.'s JPS Communications has been awarded a $5.4 million contract to supply Canadian-based ATCO Electric with a Project 25 (P25) radio solution that will let public utility personnel share information in real time. The company will deliver an ...
FreeWave unveils Ethernet-enabled 900 MHz radio
FreeWave Technologies yesterday unveiled the MM2 900 MHz data radio that features an Ethernet interface. It was developed for integration by original equipment manufacturers into military systems, such as unmanned aerial vehicles, unmanned ground ...
Alion Science and Technology secures NOAA contract
Alion Science and Technology secured a three-year, $7 million contract to perform radio-frequency (RF) spectrum services at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Under the contract, any NOAA office can use Alion’s expertise in RF ...

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